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Almost Midnight On Christmas Eve

| December 24, 2010 @ 11:27 pm | 130 Replies

All good boys and girls should be nestled all snug in their beds, you know… but weather weenies can’t sleep with the potential for our first “white Christmas” on record here.

Check out the 03Z RPM accumulated snow output for the next 24 hours…

Shows a nice blanket of 1″ north of a line from Hamilton to Tuscaloosa to Clanton to Roanoke. For those of you south of that line, you will see some snow as well… but perhaps not enough to accumulate. Sure looks like 2 inches are likely for the high terrain across Northeast Alabama.

About time to settle down for a long winter’s nap (or, maybe short in this case).

Remember tomorrow… send those pix:

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